Museum of The Gorge
The Museum of the Gorge is one of the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums. The Museum of the Gorge provides visitors with a fascinating insight into the history of the Ironbridge Gorge and is a great place to start your visit to the World Heritage Site.
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The Museum of the Gorge provides a fascinating insight into the history of the Ironbridge Gorge and is a great place to start your visit to the World Heritage Site.
- View what life was like in the Gorge in 1796 with the help of a giant 12 metre long model. Spot a Royal carriage crossing the Iron Bridge, the cargo on a Severn Trow and a tiny figure toiling in a coalmine.
- Watch a film about the history of the Ironbridge Gorge
- Discover more using interactive computers
- Look at local iron products on display
You should allow up to 1 hour for a visit to the Museum of the Gorge. The Museum of the Gorge has a large gift shop selling a range of souvenirs. A number of public cafés and pubs can be found a short walk away in Ironbridge town.
The Visitor Information Centre can also be found here and is open from 9am weekdays and 10am weekends.
New Discoveries at the Iron Bridge
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